The First International and the Origins of the Anarchist Movement$21.00 $15.75
An unprecedented analysis of an often misunderstood history: How the anarchist movement arose out of the debates and conflicts within the First International.
In this book, Castoriadis defines the fundamental conflict in society as that between "order givers" and the "order takers," whom they ignorantly manage, rather than relying on the classic...
Manifest Mutations, Manifesto Detourned$23.00
How does one demonstrate the enduring relevance of a sacred text but to help it speak to present times? This is what churches do with the Bible and what Marxists do with the writings of Marx....
A Contribution to the Anarchist Critique of Marxism$29.95
Does Marxism equal totalitarianism? Are the ideas of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels somehow responsible for the horrors of Communism? Or were Communist societies simply an aberration—the...
A Field Guide to Actually Existing Capitalism$14.95
To imagine how we might change capitalism, we first need to understand it. To succeed in actually changing it, we need to be able to explain how it works and convince others that change is both...
An Anarchist Introduction to Marx’s Critique of Political Economy$12.95
The Value of Radical Theory achieves two main goals: It explains Marx’s economic theory, providing readers with a solid foundation in his critique of capitalism. Wayne Price’s political...
From Biopolitics to Oikonomia$24.00
Contract & Contagion presents a theoretical approach for understanding the complex shifts of post- Fordism and neoliberalism by way of a critical reading of contracts, and through an...
And Other Writings$10.95
A polemic writing by the famous "Red Rosa" Luxemburg, Reform or Revolution (published in 1899) explains why capitalism can never overcome its internal contradictions. An effective refutation...
Volume 1: A Critique of Political Economy$14.95
We just realized that it's weird that we have a bunch of books on Capital but not this badboy himself! Hailed by Friedrich Engels as "the bible of the working class" (he...
Marx’s Das Kapital cannot be put into a box marked “economics.” It is a work of politics, history, economics, philosophy and even in places, literature....